This week on PUREinfoTech: Microsoft released a new preview of its Windows 10 Creators Update (build 15063), which is said to be the final version the company will be rolling out in early April.
Two new cumulative updates (KB4015438 and KB4016635) were made available this week for users running the Windows 10 Anniversary Update to address a number of issues found in the original March 2017 update for the OS.
On the Creators Update, Microsoft plans to change the update rules, and a metered network connection no longer prevents Windows 10 from downloading updates automatically.
Finally, Xbox Games with Gold for April 2017 have been announced this week, and Xbox Live subscribers will be getting four new games for free.
Help & How-To
This week you learned a few new tips on Windows 10, including steps to trick the Microsoft support site to let you download the Windows 10 ISO file directly without using the Media Creation Tool.
And you now know the steps to defer cumulative updates on Windows 10 — those updates you get every month to avoid possible issues during initial rollout.
Other interesting resources:
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